“What We Buried” by J.A. Prentice. How can Ash save his father's dwarven friends when he can't even cast a basic spell?
I have a new short story and a podcast reading of it available for free online! No, I didn't accidentally post this twice. It's another one. Short stories by me are like buses. You wait ages and then two come along at once.
My new story, "Godmaker," has been published on Beneath Ceaseless Skies! This means not only is the story available from a great publication, but there is a podcast reading available, performed by Michael J. DeLuca!
These are the five stories I wrote and published on the blog in the year 2020 that I am personally most proud of. The ones that still resonate with me. The ones that don't make me cringe and think "Well, that was definitely dashed off in five minutes."
New Adventures of Bernice Summerfield: Lost in Translation is out today, including my story "The Undying Truth." 6.2 The Undying Truth by JA Prentice A mysterious mission has discovered a body, one that should never be found. Can the Undying really be dead after all? You can buy it digitally or as a CD boxset... Continue Reading →
Big Finish News Story In exciting news, I have an upcoming audio drama from the amazing Big Finish productions starring Lisa Bowerman as Bernice Summerfield and David Warner as the Unbound Doctor. From the news story: "When I found out I'd won I was shocked and thrilled. It was a real honour as a Doctor... Continue Reading →
First of all, I want to apologize for the lack of activity over the past month. A combination of work, lack of energy, and writer's block led to the least productive writing month of my life. Hopefully I can get things back on track for the New Year. Secondly, I'm excited to announce the publication... Continue Reading →
The Last Jedi is a movie that does not particularly care if you like it or not. While The Force Awakens trod on eggshells and avoided saying anything for fear of upsetting its viewer, giving them instead a fairly uninspired retread of all the Star Wars favorites, The Last Jedi is bold, artistic, and unpredictable.... Continue Reading →
Sherlock's Series 4 has been, rightfully, criticized, both by Rotten Tomatoes certified critics and little wordpress group blogs. But there's been a running theme of positivity amidst all the criticism: The second episode, "The Lying Detective," was a strong episode bookended by poor ones. I'm here to tell you that "The Lying Detective" actually doomed... Continue Reading →
Welcome to Living Authors' Society's latest Doctor Who Discussion. Jaden C. Kilmer and J.A. Prentice take a look at Saturday's episode, Lie of the Land, the conclusion to the story begun in Extremis. Read on for our thoughts. There are SPOILERS ahead! JA: Overall thoughts? Jaden: They done messed up. JA: OK, I thought I'd have to be... Continue Reading →